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Understanding the basics of intra-exchange arbitrage

Understanding the basics of intra-exchange arbitrage
🔵Understanding the basics of intra-exchange arbitrage
The work on the OneExBit arbitrage bot is almost finished, and naturally we are getting lots of questions from the community. In particular, many users ask if our bot will search for arbitrage opportunities across different exchanges (inter-exchange) or within one exchange (intra-exchange). In this post, we'll try to give a detailed answer.
The first edition of our bot will search for intra-exchange windows – support for interexchange arbitrage will be added later on. At first, you'll be able to use the bot with Bitfinex and Binance; in the next few months, it will become possible to search for opportunities on all the exchanges integrated into the OneExBit terminal, such as Poloniex, HitBTC, BitMex, and so forth.
🔵Why traditional arbitrage can be risky
Most users who are familiar with arbitrage trading don't even realize that there are two types of arbitrage. The one we are most used to is inter-exchange – that is, searching for price differences for the same asset across different exchanges. However, this type of arbitrage has a serious problem: once you find a good window and purchase an asset on exchange A at a lower price, you have to withdraw it, send it to exchange B and then sell it there, potentially withdrawing the proceeds after that. This creates two risks:
a) withdrawing asset A, you can incur significant fees, which will eat up part of your profit from the arbitrage deal;
b) sending the asset from one exchange to another will take time – sometimes minutes (which is a lot of time in crypto trading). While you wait for the asset to be deposited in your account, the arbitrage window can close. It can happen because other arbitrage traders will notice the window and rush in; or because the exchange itself will eliminate it.
These risks can be mitigated by looking for price differences within the same exchange – it is called intra-exchange, or triangular arbitrage.
🔵What is intra-exchange arbitrage, anyway?
This type of arbitrage is called triangular because you need to perform trades with three different assets. The key fact to understand is that relative prices for several assets on the same exchange are not exactly proportionate to each other – there are often large spreads. For example, imagine that at a certain exchange 1 Bitcoin is traded for $9500 and at the same time for 1 BTC you can get 43 ETH. So what would be the price of ETH in US dollars? Someone who has studied math at school (but not trading) would think that it's enough to divide by 9500 by 43 – you'd get $221 for one ETH. However, that's now how crypto trading works. Since the market is inefficient, relative price changes don't spread instantly, especially when volatility is high. So, it's quite possible that the ETH/USD price is $230, for example. How can you profit from this difference?
Step 1. Buy 1 BTC for $9500.
Step 2. Exchange your 1 BTC for 43 ETH.
Step 3. Sell your ETH for USD and get 43*230=9890
You started with $9500 and ended up with $9890 – not bad! Of course, this is an idealized example; in reality there are also the fees to consider. If the fee is 0.2%, for instance, you'd pay circa $40 in fees for the two trades. Still, you'd get a net profit of $350.
The art of intra-exchange arbitrage is finding price windows with spreads large enough to cover all the fees and still leave you with a good profit. That's exactly what the OneExBit bot will do. Triangular arbitrage is a great tool in times of volatility, because resulting spreads are larger.
💥Follow our updates and don't miss the launch of the bot!
We are created for your profit
❤️ Onex Team
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🔵Understanding the basics of intra-exchange arbitrage

🔵Understanding the basics of intra-exchange arbitrage
🔵Understanding the basics of intra-exchange arbitrage
The work on the OneExBit arbitrage bot is almost finished, and naturally we are getting lots of questions from the community. In particular, many users ask if our bot will search for arbitrage opportunities across different exchanges (inter-exchange) or within one exchange (intra-exchange). In this post, we'll try to give a detailed answer.
The first edition of our bot will search for intra-exchange windows – support for interexchange arbitrage will be added later on. At first, you'll be able to use the bot with Bitfinex and Binance; in the next few months, it will become possible to search for opportunities on all the exchanges integrated into the OneExBit terminal, such as Poloniex, HitBTC, BitMex, and so forth.
🔵Why traditional arbitrage can be risky
Most users who are familiar with arbitrage trading don't even realize that there are two types of arbitrage. The one we are most used to is inter-exchange – that is, searching for price differences for the same asset across different exchanges. However, this type of arbitrage has a serious problem: once you find a good window and purchase an asset on exchange A at a lower price, you have to withdraw it, send it to exchange B and then sell it there, potentially withdrawing the proceeds after that. This creates two risks:
a) withdrawing asset A, you can incur significant fees, which will eat up part of your profit from the arbitrage deal;
b) sending the asset from one exchange to another will take time – sometimes minutes (which is a lot of time in crypto trading). While you wait for the asset to be deposited in your account, the arbitrage window can close. It can happen because other arbitrage traders will notice the window and rush in; or because the exchange itself will eliminate it.
These risks can be mitigated by looking for price differences within the same exchange – it is called intra-exchange, or triangular arbitrage.
🔵What is intra-exchange arbitrage, anyway?
This type of arbitrage is called triangular because you need to perform trades with three different assets. The key fact to understand is that relative prices for several assets on the same exchange are not exactly proportionate to each other – there are often large spreads. For example, imagine that at a certain exchange 1 Bitcoin is traded for $9500 and at the same time for 1 BTC you can get 43 ETH. So what would be the price of ETH in US dollars? Someone who has studied math at school (but not trading) would think that it's enough to divide by 9500 by 43 – you'd get $221 for one ETH. However, that's now how crypto trading works. Since the market is inefficient, relative price changes don't spread instantly, especially when volatility is high. So, it's quite possible that the ETH/USD price is $230, for example. How can you profit from this difference?
Step 1. Buy 1 BTC for $9500.
Step 2. Exchange your 1 BTC for 43 ETH.
Step 3. Sell your ETH for USD and get 43*230=9890
You started with $9500 and ended up with $9890 – not bad! Of course, this is an idealized example; in reality there are also the fees to consider. If the fee is 0.2%, for instance, you'd pay circa $40 in fees for the two trades. Still, you'd get a net profit of $350.
The art of intra-exchange arbitrage is finding price windows with spreads large enough to cover all the fees and still leave you with a good profit. That's exactly what the OneExBit bot will do. Triangular arbitrage is a great tool in times of volatility, because resulting spreads are larger.
Follow our updates and don't miss the launch of the bot!
Best regards,
❤️ Onex Team
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Crypto Triangular Arbitrage in Binance With Python 3 - Live Coding

In this video I demonstrate added functionality of Crypto Triangular Arbitrage Binance Bot included upgraded data output and additional information on visualized graph. Read more about Triangular ... Read more about Triangular Arbitrage with Crypto: https://medium.com/@BlockchainEng/triangular-arbitrage-with-cryptocurrency-on-binance-exchange-with-python-... This video is obsolete, check out the new version here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rlx8LjHo9Jc Disclaimer: I am not a financial advisor nor is any cont... Live Bitcoin Trading With Crypto Trading Robot DeriBot on Deribit DeriBot Alternative channel 910 watching Live now 🔴 Bill Gates [Live] Microsoft, Bitcoin Crash, Anti-Bearish Coalition ...

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